Hunger and poverty create a vicious cycle: hungry adults are literally too weak to work or look for work; hungry children are too tired to absorb the learning that might lift them out of their wretched circumstances. And hunger is so cruel – it returns again and again.
In this programme containers are converted into community soup kitchens in extremely poor and impoverished areas.
Help us to relieve hunger - the pain that never goes away!
Colin Aranis is a man with a vision, he wants to set up a soup kitchen on the vacant site opposite his home, so that he can feed all the needy folk and children in his community. A while back he gave his small house to the community to use as a day-care centre, now called Little Angels. It has a wonderful teacher, Cheryl Adams, and each day more than twenty-five tots benefit from her loving care. The trouble is that these children are chronically hungry, and Colin’s humble home doesn’t have proper facilities for storing and preparing food. But it’s not only the children at Little Angels that will benefit – many other little ones in the area will be able to get hot, nourishing meals as well.
Please can you help us to relieve the gnawing ache in the tummies of these small children, ailing folk and elders? With your gift we can provide this community with a brand-new container especially converted into a soup kitchen. This will make such a difference – think of all those who’ll able to enjoy the comfort of a daily hot meal!